These are linked to all over the web, but none of the sites referencing the projects actually saved an archive of the source. The theft occurred while I was switching web hosts, too.
Thus, for upcoming work, I’m considering Google Code Project hosting, but don’t like their limit of 10 projects in a lifetime. I see their reason for doing this, to avoid becoming a project graveyard like SourceForge, but not all projects are meant to be so substantial. I write a lot of smaller libraries or applications, yet I feel that each one warrants its own project summary, mailing list, and repository. Release management is already a pain in the ass; having to do a lot of release management from a single project account would be even worse.